Saturday, August 5, 2017

Saturday Morning Post


From barns to bugs to beaches.......


Are you as intrigued with barns as I am?
This one is just a bit further down the road from us in Seaforth.


This one is still further down the road in West Chezetcook.



This 'friendly' little guy/gal was clinging to screen
on the shop window for most of the afternoon.


Most tourists want their picture taken in front of the Atlantic Ocean
high up on the hill.


Colourful 'kite-surfer' dance down at where the river meets the ocean.


A busy week at the MacDonald House.....shoppers and surfers.


I bought this sleigh from a woman who got it in 1950 on her 2nd birthday.
She was down-sizing and brought in a few things for me to look over.
She went home happy.


Could watch these kite-surfers for hours.....


........as this couple was doing one fine early evening this week......


Did I ever say that I really like crows?


8 comments:

  1. I'm totally with you on the crows, Jim. They are such intelligent and fascinating creatures. Love the shots this week!

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    1. Yes, crows are 'special', Martha. They appear to 'know' things.
      Our summer has been warm....very warm. We need some of that rain you have gotten in Ontario.

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  2. Summer glory!! And a sleigh from 1948, that lady must have some wonderful memories there. And look how well preserved it is, Good vintage years in the 1940's!!!

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    1. You say THAT again, Jean! The 40's produced a LOT of great people!! lol
      I asked her how she could give it up and she replied that her kids didn't want it. I feel certain it will find a good home before the snow flies.

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  3. I do love old barns. Your interpretations of them are wonderful, as are all the other works of art.

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  4. They are such intelligent and fascinating creatures.


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  5. The sleigh brought back memories, Jim! Although I don't remember a "safety cage"?? around mine! Wonderful photos, as always, my friend!

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  6. Lovey to see Lawrencetown Beach (I think!) again. We lived just down the road from it in the early 2000's.
    I remember Seaforth was a lovely community.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Robin

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